Puzzle made from a block of wood which reproduces the illustrations made by Joan Miró for the "Càntic del Sol", a translation of San Francisco's de Asís poem made by Josep Carner and published in 1975.
An activity and games book for kids aged 3 and upwards. As they play with the Mironins – characters who have escaped from one of Joan Miró’s paintings – they’ll have fun and learn about the life and work of one of the most remarkable Catalan artists of the 20th century.
When we learn how to read, letters, words and figures come to form part of a marvellous multifarious universe that is open and free of all prejudice. Using the language of art, "ABC Miró" introduces us to this stimulating learning stage. Letters and words are presented and represented using an infinite variety of registers, techniques and emotions from...
This activity book uses Miró’s works to help children discover the world of art and creativity as they hone their own artistic skills. They also have the chance to get to know the work of Joan Miró, creator of a visual world full of energy, poetry and freedom.
1:300 scale 3D cut-out of the Fundació Joan Miró building in Barcelona The Fundació Joan Miró building was designed by architect Josep Lluís Sert in 1975 as an expression of Rationalism in a Mediterranean context.
A classic Rubik’s Cube with the following works by Miró on its six faces: “Personnage, étoile” (1978), “L’or de l’azur” (1967), “Càntic del sol” (1975), “L’espoir du condamné à mort II” (1974), “Carota” (1978), “Paysan catalan au clair de lune” (1968)
Can you imagine how it would be to go to the zoo with a famous painter? This is the extraordinary story that Antony Penrose tells us of the visits he made at the farm of the great artist Joan Miró, a man who "dreamed when he was awake" and painted universes full of magical creatures.